Conceived as a darkly whimsical loose retelling of the Tolkien saga, The Long Way poses the question that high fantasy rarely cares to ask: Why?
From Texas Book Nook:
The descriptions were enough to draw me into the world without the novel feeling like it was bogged down and dragged on.
I think Euclid really enhanced the experience and was a great asset to the characters in the novel. All of the characters were very well developed.
The plot flowed smoothly and definitely kept me flipping pages until the very end. Great novel from Aaron Redfern
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Aaron has written three novels, including The Long Way and its sequel, The Forgotten Way. His short-fiction titles include Stories About the Rain and Crawl.